Once upon a time there was a game called need for speed. It was a car racing game and, you guessed it, it was for people that needed that sprint.
The need for speed is real, as many other addictions we have in our times. One for sure is our addiction to sharing things to make our life look wonderful. Social networks are slowly hiding our life thanks to this habit.
By sharing only the great and wonderful things it seems like our life is perfect while it’s not. We still struggle but instead of asking for help, of sharing our complex topics we hide it under the face of the perfect life, making it even harder to get out of this loop.
I’m not against sharing, but I feel that if we did the opposite we’ll gain so much more.
By opening up, by sharing our story, our struggles, we can connect, we can go forward. We can help and be helped.